Volume v, Part 2. Paper. Illustrated.
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This volume of studies comprises a collection of reprints of the more important articles published by the workers in the department of pathology in this institution during the college year 1897-98. The volume is gotten up in the usual excellent style noted in Columbia University publications, and contains the following papers of interest to the medical profession: "An Experimental Study on the Therapeutic Value of Blood-letting;" " Studies of Ganglion Cells;" "Suture of the Cornea after Removal of the Lens;" "A Case of Acute Leukemia;" "Further Studies (third series) on the Gonococcus (Neisser);" "A Modification of Cullen's Method of Preparing Fresh Sections for Microscopic Work;" "On the Occurrence of Typhoid Fever without Characteristic Lesions of the Small Intestine; "The Bactericidal Action of Lymph Taken from the Thoracic Duct of the Dog;" "On a Method of Isolating and Identifying Bacillus Typhosus, Based on a Study of Bacillus Typhosus and Members of the
Studies From the Department of Pathology of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, New York City. JAMA. 1898;XXXI(6):315. doi:10.1001/jama.1898.02450060053023
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